How Does Pollination Take Place?


Pollination takes place when the pollen falls on the stigma and the ovules are fertilised. The transmission of the pollen onto the stigma takes place through insects or air. In the case of self-pollinated flowers, the pollen of the same flower is deposited on its stigma in the same manner.
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